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Support your sporting charities when purchasing tickets

Introducing our new #ChangingLivesThroughSport campaign.

Supporters of Bristol Bears  can now donate to the sporting group’s charities when buying matchday tickets.

Through the #ChangingLivesThroughSport campaign, supporters can choose to add a donation of any amount (minimum £1) to their purchase, with all of the money split equally between Bristol City Robins Foundation, Bristol Bears Community Foundation and Bristol Flyers Community.

Find out more about the charities below:


Bristol Bears Community Foundation

Bristol Bears Community Foundation is the club's award-winning charity, delivering programmes that are proven to change the lives of people across the region.

The registered charity works with over 8,000 people from the local community each year and is regularly recognised for its work on a national scale, winning numerous Parliamentary Awards since 2008.

The Foundation delivers a broad range of programmes (16) across the South West, serving the community across four key areas: education, participation, health, and inclusion.

The charity’s youngest participant last year was five years old, with the oldest 104.
Find out more by clicking here.


Bristol City Robins Foundation

Bristol City Robins Foundation is the official charity of Bristol City Football Club, its aim is to improve the lives of all those it touches in the local community by utilising the inspirational power of football. 

The Foundation provides a range of free footballing sessions across Bristol varying from: PAN disability, to anti-gang (Swerve,) to female fitness (F3), ensuring that there are opportunities for all to enjoy the beautiful game. Over 30 hours of free delivery are provided each week by the foundation. 

The foundation is also home to its very own post-16 and degree level education department which provides students the unique opportunity to study in the inspirational setting of Ashton Gate Stadium.

In addition to this the foundation also works tirelessly to ensure that football is as inclusive as possible and therefore works closely with a number of local associate football clubs including: Bristol City frame football (a team for young people who need the assistance of a frame to walk); Bristol City DS (Bristol’s only Down Syndrome football team); Bristol City Panthers (the first LGBT+ friendly football team to have an official affiliation with a football club) as well as many others.

The foundation has been recognised by the EFL as the best in the region for the past two years, and continues to grow its reach and impact year on year. 
Find out more by clicking here.


Bristol Flyers Community

Bristol Flyers Community is part of the Bristol Sport Foundation which promotes, funds and develops sport-based community programming to bring the wonderful sport of basketball to the Greater Bristol Communities.

From community developments hubs and holiday camps, to schools programmes, Bristol Flyers Community delivers accessible basketball across the city.

Find out more by clicking here.


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